Question about Dryers
The pulley fell off, but everything is intact, and I need no new parts. When I re-install it (that is, place the pulley back in the slot which looks suspect) there's no tension. Apparently, if only I had taken a peek at it before it fell off, I could've fixed it in 2 seconds. What am I doing wrong?
Pull the belt thru the ider not around it if you cant get it..post your email i will send you the guide on it along with your model number
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
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